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Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Subtle Magnetism of Garden Harvest Farms

Tweet“I believe that there is a subtle magnetism in Nature, which, if we unconsciously yield to it, will direct us aright.” – Henry David Thoreau After a long stressful week at work, there is nothing like a drive out to the country. The sun shining down on the blades of grass and each small crackContinue Reading

Brunch With Del Frisco’s Grille

TweetIn my six years here in Dallas, I’ve quickly learned there are two things us Dallasites can’t live without: brunch and patio dining. As such, you can imagine my excitement when the folks at Del Frisco’s Grille invited fellow Food Nerd RealPoshMom and me to join them for brunch on their patio this past Saturday.Continue Reading

Foodie Road Trip! Austin Food & Wine Festival

TweetI know that we are technically Dallas Food Nerds, but sometimes opportunities take you places you never thought you would go! (ok, that’s a little dramatic, but soak in the effect anyway) Elysa and I are leaving for our honeymoon cruise on Monday, and as luck would have it, we are coming back just inContinue Reading

Snappy Salads

TweetMy wife and I just finished trying out a new restaurant in Plano, and I was so impressed that I felt the need to share. When we are in a salad mood, we normally hit Jason’s Deli, but since we’ve passed SS so often, thought we’d give it a go. I’m SO glad we did.Continue Reading

Cooking With Espresso: Nespresso Private Social Dallas Event

TweetThis week I had the awesome opportunity to attend an event hosted by Nespresso where we sampled some very unique recipes by Top Chef’s “Fan Favorite”, Tiffany Derry at Private|Social in Uptown Dallas. There were so many inventive ways to use espresso that I couldn’t do them justice by trying to cover them all here,Continue Reading

Canary by Gorji, and Why His Name Should Be on the Door

TweetThere are many things that make a meal great. Food certainly.  But, to me, hospitality matters more.  A restaurant where you sense the care of a loving proprietor is a different experience entirely. And Canary by Gorji is a different experience entirely.  It’s location is unassuming.  It’s interior, while nice enough, lacks the sizzle DallasitesContinue Reading

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